Kanaka Creek Regional Park

The show of Kanaka Creek with a gravel walking path next to it. The short has benches along it, one in the shade of a tree.
23150 River Road, Maple Ridge, BC V2W 1B6
Creek/Waterfall Areas,
Drinking Water,
Trails (Horse),
Trails (Walking),
Wheelchair Accessible,
Wildlife Viewing

Kanaka Creek Park is 400 hectares of wilderness park along 12 kilometres of Kanaka Creek. Protecting one of the most distinctive, attractive and undisturbed streams in the Lower Mainland, Kanaka Creek Regional Park has access points at various locations, with a short trail along the creek.The focal point of the park is Cliff Falls. This spectacular canyon carved by the turbulent water is ideal for picnics and quiet enjoyment.


The washrooms and some picnic tables are accessible at the Fraser Riverfront area of the park. The Hatchery is accessible with assistance as some gravel areas make maneuvering difficult. The pit toilet along the Nature Trail at the Riverfront is partially accessible (lip at entrance, surfacing on access path). The pit toilets at the Hatchery are also partially accessible (lip at entrance, no path for access). Cliff Falls are not wheelchair accessible.

Park Partners

Kanaka Education and Environmental Partnership Society (KEEPS) is actively involved in this park. For information or to get involved , visit the KEEPS website or call 604-462-8643.

For Information, Questions, or Comments

Metro Vancouver Regional Parks East Area Office: 604-530-4983